Road Accidents (TAC)

If you have been injured on the road or a family member has died in an accident on the road which involved a car, bus, truck, tram, train, scooter, motorbike or bicycle, you may be entitled to the following:

  • Weekly payments
  • Medical and like expenses
  • Impairment benefit
  • Lump sum damages for your pain and suffering, and loss of earnings

A claim must first be lodged with the TAC and strict time limits apply. We, Maxiom accident lawyers Melbourne will gladly assist you with this process.

Why Maxiom?

Our passion is to help you on your road to recovery and ensure that all of your entitlements are fully paid. We will advocate for your rights, be your voice, and are accessible when you need. You will be represented by a Specialist personal injury lawyer with the commitment that fees will be kept low.

Types of road accident injury claims

  • Car accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Motorbike accidents
  • Quad bike accidents
  • Psychological injury claims
  • Nervous Shock or Dependency claims
  • Spinal injuries
  • Whiplash injuries

Frequently Asked Questions

1. When should I make a claim?

A TAC claim should be made immediately so that you can start claiming your benefits.

In Victoria there is a time limit of twelve months from the date of your accident for you to make a with a possible extension of up to three years. The TAC may not accept any claims lodged beyond three years unless you were under 18 years of age at the time of your injury. In this case, you have until you turn 21 to make a TAC claim.

Sach Fernando

Principal, Maxiom Injury Lawyers

Sach Fernando is a leading lawyer and Specialist in Personal Injury law, accredited by the Law Institute of Victoria.